The Pinterest Accounts Every Foodie Should Follow

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28 November 2016

From sweet to savory, meat dishes to vegetarian, local to global, the recipes posted online are varied and endless. A great platform to search for anything, including a large and diverse selection of incredible recipes, is Pinterest. Most food bloggers create accounts to not only inspire others with their great creations but also to find inspiration themselves. Here is a list of some of the best food accounts to check out.

Anetta, The Wanderlust Kitchen

A world traveler, Portland-based Anetta finds culinary inspiration wherever she goes whether it is Turkey, France, or Kenya and posts delicious recipes on her blog, The Wanderlust Kitchen. Also pinning away on Pinterest — her account features over 70 boards — Anetta curates a delicious array of recipes along with boards that will inspire anyway to runaway and experience the world. From African to Asian to Indian to European to Latin and South American to Middle Eastern cuisines and more, this account will take foodies on a culinary journey throughout the world.

Wanderlust Kitchen Grab - Courtesy of Wanderlust Kitchen

Averie Sunshine, Averie Cooks

With over 100 boards and 100,000 pins, most of which are focused on food, Averie Sunshine’s Pinterest account is one that every food lover should be following. From a board dedicated to nothing but banana bread to another with breakfast items plus one on donuts, her account is brimming with a diverse selection of mouthwatering recipes, including a board featuring her own creations. Located in sunny San Diego, Averie is the creator of the Averie Cooks blog, which highlights many sweet and savory recipes that will appeal to a wide range of tastes.

Averie Sunshine | Averie Cooks | Courtesy of Averie Cooks

Beth Kirby, local milk

Beth Kirby is a Tennessee-based blogger whose blog, local milk, shares her travel experiences along with delicious recipes. Beth also has a Pinterest account featuring not only her flavorful and artfully captured creations but also culinary inspiration from other sources. With boards that use simple titles, including ‘sweet’ and ‘savory,’ foodies will find an array of recipes suitable for many tastes, including one board with over 300 pie recipes. Foodies who might be interested in a kitchen remodel can peruse the ‘kitchen’ board full of inspiring ideas.

Beth Kirby | local milk | Courtesy of Beth Kirby

Blogging Over Thyme, Laura Davidson

A culinary school graduate, Laura Davidson is also the driving force behind Blogging Over Thyme — a food blog featuring recipes inspired by seasonal ingredients. The Chicago-based, full-time blogger also takes time to curate boards brimming with deliciousness on her Pinterest account. With over 50 boards showcasing 8,000+ pins, foodies will find a wide range of sweet and savory edibles sure to inspire. Love breakfast? Peruse the ‘waffles + pancakes’ board and the ‘breakfast’ board with a combined total of over 500 pins of mouthwatering, morning-time treats.

Blogging Over Thyme | Laura Davidson

Brooklyn Supper

Created by Elizabeth Stark and Brian Campbell, Brooklyn Supper is an award-winning blog specializing in seasonal dishes. In addition to checking out their blog, foodies should also be following their Pinterest account for thousands of beautiful images, including pins showcasing their own recipes. Using simple titles, such as ‘drinks,’ ‘salad,’ and ‘pie,’ their account features beautifully curated boards of inspiring ideas that will suit many tastes. For example, the ‘good food’ board features over 2,000 pins of sweet and savory recipes with everything from dishes featuring meat to vegan delights to tantalizing sweet treats.

Brooklyn Supper | © Brooklyn Supper

Cara, Big Girls Small Kitchen

Co-founder, along with Phoebe Lapine, of the Big Girls, Small Kitchen blog, Cara Eisenpress also runs the blog’s Pinterest account, which is bursting with thousands of incredible recipes and photos. Whether you are looking for to-go lunches for work, vegetarian options for ‘Meatless Mondays,’ global cuisine, budget-friendly options, or even holiday food ideas, you will find it all and more on Cara’s account. Food lovers will also appreciate the New York-based blogger’s boards on kitchen ideas and must-have items for cooking.

Cara | Big Girls, Small Kitchen

Cookie and Kate

With 39 out of 49 boards being related to food or the kitchen, Cookie and Kate’s — a blog featuring whole foods by Missouri-based Kate — Pinterest account is a foodie’s dream. Brimming with vegetarian recipes and seasonal ideas, this account is perfect for vegetarians or those food lovers looking to add some meat-free recipes to their diets. From boards highlighting her own recipes to others showcasing ‘vegan recipes,’ ‘summer eats,’ ‘salads,’ plus global vegetarian dishes, Kate’s account proves that delicious, beautiful food can also be animal-friendly.

Cookie and Kate | © Cookie and Kate

Eva Kosmas Flores

A professional photographer with a passion for food, Eva Kosmas Flores created a blog called Adventures in Cooking. Inspiring foodies everywhere, Eva also delights gastronomes with her Pinterest account featuring over 12,000 pins with most them being recipes or food-related. From sweet treats to savory edibles to gluten-free recipes to vegetarian dishes, the boards on Eva’s account will attract a wide range of food lovers. For chocoholics, Eva has curated a board of decadent chocolate recipes which includes cakes, cookies, pies and more.

Eva Kosmas Flores | © Eva Kosmas Flores

How Sweet Eats

On Jessica Merchant’s blog, How Sweet Eats, she mentions that she is ‘inexplicably in love with food,’ which is evident in not only her delicious recipes but also her blog’s Pinterest account. With close to 40,000 pins — the majority of them being pictures of delicious food — foodies will have a field day exploring all the boards from ‘brownies + bars’ to ‘cake + cupcakes’ to ‘mac + cheese please’ and so much more. Looking for recipes that won’t take a lot of time to prepare? Be sure to check out the ‘easy meals’ board with over 2,500 pins.

How Sweet Eats | © How Sweet Eats

Joanne Bruno

Starting her food blog, Eats Well With Others, while in high school, Joanne Bruno also partakes in a variety of social media, including Pinterest. Focusing on a plant-based diet, Joanne’s account is filled with sweet and savory vegetarian recipes that will impress any foodie, including those who are not necessarily vegetarians. With over 100 boards and thousands of recipes, Joanne’s pins are sure to not only inspire meat eaters to try some animal-free dishes but to also give vegetarians many more ideas. Love pumpkin? Checking out her ‘pumpkin obsession’ board featuring over 600 pins is a must.

Joanne Bruno | © Joanne Bruno

Sarah Kieffer, Vanilla Bean

Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Sarah Kieffer started her blog, The Vanilla Bean Blog, to share her passion for baking as well as insights into her every day life. Food aficionados will not only love her blog but also her Pinterest account featuring thousands of food-related pins. From ‘pies + tarts’ to ‘coffee, snack + bundt cakes’ to ‘frozen’ boards brimming with sweet edibles, Sarah also has several boards with plenty of savory ideas, including ‘salad,’ ‘vegetable,’ and ‘noodles.’ Other boards will give inspiration for kitchen decoration, dishware ideas, plus culinary attire such as aprons.

Sarah Kieffer | Vanilla Bean

The Culture Trip, Culture Trip Food

Culture Trip Food Pinterest account is our very own food and travel focused Pinterest which we launched to spotlight the best food bloggers around the world. With over 20 boards and hundreds of pins, food lovers can scour a range of ideas, sweet and savory recipes and food art that is sure to inspire you when planning and preparing your own meals.

Culture Trip Food

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